NDS Homebrew developer Xaychru04 has release INVBall v0.1 which is a puzzle game for your DS. This is coded in Lua so make sure you have the latest version of MicroLua DS.
Here is a statement from Xaychru04 plus the controls for the game.
"Hi all, This is my first Homebrew: INVBall!
Behind this name hides a game very annoying when your goal is to bring a bomb to a place without touching the walls.
Simple words like that but you will see there is a subtle ... * laugh * sadistic
But hey, this is my first homebrew so do not expect something wonderful Smile
There is a level editor to create your own levels which orders will be explained below.
I have already 7 steps for you, they are of increasing difficulty.
INVBall played entirely with the stylus.
Controls the level editor are: placing a stylus-tiles
-Up and Down to change the tile, note that the tile selected appears in the middle of the screen if you leave these keys support.
-L to switch the screen, which is used to edit the top screen.
-Select to display the grid.
-X to display the reverse of the screen from top to bottom. (you will understand the usefulness if you play)
-Start to save.
And-B to exit"
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